2 edition of The Religious Systems of China v. 4 found in the catalog.
The Religious Systems of China v. 4
J.J.M De Groot
Written in English
J. J. M. (Jan Jakob Maria) de Groot, Ph.D., () was a Dutch Sinologist and historian of religion. In this scholarly book published in , he details the history, rituals, and beliefs of the major traditional religions of China: universal animism, polydemonism, specters, ancestral worship, Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. He thought that one spiritual essence could . Recent events—from strife in Tibet and the rapid growth of Christianity in China to the spectacular expansion of Chinese Buddhist organizations around the globe—vividly demonstrate that one cannot understand the modern Chinese world without attending closely to the question of religion. The Religious Question in Modern China highlights parallels and 5/5(1).
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The Religious System of China volume IV, Book II on the soul and ancestral worship Hardcover – January 1, Manufacturer: Ch'eng Wen Publishing. The religious system of China, its ancient forms, evolution, history and present aspect, manners, customs and social institutions Pages: "The Religion of China: Confucianism and Taoism" (original Free Press edition ) is one of a number of works by the German sociologist Max Weber () published in English translation only long after his death, during a post-World-War Cited by: Religious Freedom in China: Policy, Administration and Regulation is the first exhaustive compilation of all the laws and regulations currently operative in the Peoples Republic of China relative to by: 3.
And however quirky these texts or traditions sound, they seem to vibrate with earnest passion. Religions of China in Practice is a wonderful smorgasbord of philosophy, religious stories, poetry and history.
The editor sets out to provide an overview of the three main religious traditions of China: Buddhism, Cited by: The Religious System of China (6 Volume Set) [J.
de Groot] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J. de Groot. W e can’t understand China without understanding religion in China. It is part of the fabric of the country and has been for as long as memory. In your book The Souls of China you tell the story of China’s religious renaissance since the death of Mao.
Religion and Politics in China Hsin-chi Kuan Introduction The state of religious freedom in China could be compared to a glass of water. It was completely empty thirty years ago. Now, it is partially filled. The trouble lies in government restrictions rather than social hostilities.
In a report by the PEW Forum on Religion & Public Life, China. The Religious Question in Modern China. Book January While the growth of Protestant churches represents one of the most dramatic developments of China's religious. Internet Archive BookReader The religious system of China, its ancient forms, evolution, history and present aspect, manners, custom and social institutions connected therewith.
SinceChina has experienced a widespread revival of religious faith and practice. This article aims to provide an overview of this phenomenon, by examining the. Religion in China: Some Introductory Notes for the Intrepid Western Scholar Eileen Barker The relative opening up of China following the ‘Ten Lost Years’ of the Cultural Revolution () has offered Western sociologists of religion a fantastic opportunity to Cited by: 2.
The Religion of China: Confucianism and Taoism is a book written by Max Weber, a German economist and was first published in German under the title Konfuzianismus und Taoismus in and an adapted version appeared in An English translation was published in and several editions have been released since.
List of Religions & Belief Systems. This page provides an index to our articles on religions from ancient faiths to new religious movements. It is not comprehensive, of course, and grows regularly. It includes sects and denominations (like Baptists and Zen) along with major religions (like Christianity or Buddhism).
ReligionFacts is very inclusive. The continuity of Chinese civilisation across thousands of years and thousands of square miles is made possible through China's religious traditions understood as systems of knowledge transmission.
A worthy Chinese is expected to remember a vast amount of information from the past, and to draw on this past to form his moral reasoning.
Religions Of Ancient China book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The problem of the universe has never offered the slighte /5. Recent events—from strife in Tibet and the rapid growth of Christianity in China to the spectacular expansion of Chinese Buddhist organizations around the globe—vividly demonstrate that one cannot understand the modern Chinese world without attending closely to the question of religion.
The Religious Question in Modern China highlights parallels and contrasts between. This book raises important religious questions and deserves to be read not only by China specialists and the sociologists of religion, but by anyone who is interested in the modern history of China.
Sociology of Religion. The Religious Question in Modern China is a timely contribution to a maturing field of inquiry. Vincent Goossaert and David Brand: University of Chicago Press.
This is a comprehensive work on the religions of China. As such, it includes an introduction giving an overview of the subject, and the special themes treated in the book, as well as detailed chapters on ancient religions, Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, Chinese Islam, Christianity in China as well as popular religion.
Throughout the book, care is taken to. 4/5 THEOPENCOURT. partlyobscure,thesecondelevating,yetmixedwiththosepopular notionswhichl:)elong-to thedomainofmythology,and thirdis devoutintone. Christianity used to be an alien affair in China, both culturally and politically. Since the Boxer Movement inChinese Christians began to reflect on their own national identity.Religion in China Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.In fact, a US State Department report placed China near the top of a list of countries that suppress religion.
This apparent increase in religious persecution follows a period in which China seemed to be growing more tolerant in spiritual matters.